Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Chris Curran wrote a half page rancid tripe op-ed piece that appeared in this paper (and several others on 2/23), but it was more an unadulterated slam on President Trump who has been in office a full month. A whole month! Mr. Curran more
To the Editor: March 1, 2017 is the date that Mayor Scott Avedisian will close the Buttonwoods Community Center. This is a very bad decision. Plans are to shift the card players to the Pilgrim Center, which is already overcrowded and with a parking lot more
To the Editor: The Warwick Beacon’s large front page article “Ladouceur requests RIDE investigation of special education” (11/8/16) was a disgraceful affront to our beautiful students and … more
To the Editor:With Eugene “Neil” Fachon’s passing on February 19, 2017, critics of Dr. Burzynski may be anxious to see if they’ve acquired new allies in their endless quest to … more
To the Editor: With the local elections heating up and candidates jockeying for support, I could not keep from voicing an opinion on how our political contenders are, or are not, going after the … more
To the Editor: At the close of the Warwick School Committee meeting last month, Gene Nadeau, the vice chairman of the committee, read aloud a letter to the editor that was recently published in the Warwick Beacon. In commenting on the article, the vice more
To the Editor: Thank you for having your reporter, Tessa Roy, come over to meet with Roberta and me last week. Her story reached far beyond what I thought possible. I received a telephone call this morning from a gentleman who once lived in Rhode Island. more
To the Editor: This is how I feel after hearing the president's inaugural speech. I agree with him on some issues but disagree on others. I do not like how Donald Trump doesn't seem to appreciate other countries. We need allies, and we need trade. more
To the Editor: Governor Raimondo's plan to provide free college educations to Rhode Island's citizens is an excellent idea. Thankfully, after World War II ended, I was able to enroll at the University of Wisconsin under the G.I. Bill. I had served our more
To the Editor: At the Norwood Association meeting on April 12, Mayor Avedisian mentioned how Warwick still seemed broken up into villages and sometimes didn't seem like one city. Along those same lines, I say Rhode Island isn't really a state but is made more
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